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Leona Lewis gigs coming up
Sheffield, Manchester and London are among the destinations that the Bleeding Love star will grace as part of a line-up of concerts stretching from April to May.
Lewis, who came first on The X Factor some years back, later releasing tracks such as Happy and Forgive Me, will perform two April gigs on the 29th and 30th in Ipswich and Nottingham.
May will then see Newcastle, Sheffield, Brighton and Birmingham get concerts come the 2nd, 3rd, 5th and 6th.
England's capital, London, gets a slot on the 8th as well as the 9th of the month and Oxford will see Leona sing on the 11th.
Five more gigs will grace the 12th to the 18th, excluding the nights of the 13th and 16th of May.
The venues taken in on these dates will be Cardiff, Manchester, Liverpool, Bournemouth and Plymouth. Leona's latest LP comes out later this month and goes by the name of Glassheart.
Published by AW. Posted on 12 Oct 2012 17:08 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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